A New Method Development to Predict Brake Squeal Occurrence

Paper #:
  • 942258

Published:
  • 1994-11-01
Citation:
Nagy, L., Cheng, J., and Hu, Y., "A New Method Development to Predict Brake Squeal Occurrence," SAE Technical Paper 942258, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/942258.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
A new method to predict brake squeal occurrence was developed by MSC under contract to Ford Motor Company. The results indicate that the stability characteristics of this disc brake assembly are governed mainly by the frictional properties between the pads and rotor. The stability is achieved when the friction coefficient of the pads is decreasing as the contact force increases. Based on the results, a stable brake system can be obtained without changing the brake structure by incorporating the appropriate frictional coefficient in the brake system. The method developed here can be also used as a tool to test the quality of any brake design in the early design stage.
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